Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Ajit Pawar on Saturday said that so far there has been no discussion in the ruling alliance on allotment of seats for the upcoming assembly and parliamentary elections.
He said the tripartite Mahayut comprises the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Chief Minister Eknath Shinde’s Shiv Sena and a faction of Mr Ajit Pawar’s National Communist Party (NCP). The government is stable as all 200 MLAs are united and the state is doing well under the government. . Mr. Shinde management.
Pawar has denied allegations that he feigned suffering from a “political disease” and made some complaints to Union Home Minister Amit Shah following the recent 15-day dengue outbreak. “I have been suffering from dengue fever for 15 days. But some people claim that I am suffering from a ‘political disease’, which I am not,” he said. He claimed that the issue of allotment of seats for assembly elections has not yet been discussed and “some states are holding assembly elections.
Therefore, no negotiations have taken place so far. “Amid the drought-like situation prevailing in this state, Mr. Pawar drew attention to water management and mentioned an upcoming meeting with the Chief Minister, Deputy Chief Minister and Collector to address the issue.
request for disqualification
Meanwhile, rival NCP factions have filed replies to Assembly Speaker Rahul Narvekar on mutual disqualification petitions. In July, Mr Pawar and eight other NCP MPs joined Mr Shinde’s Shiv Sena-BJP government, splitting the party. Pawar was appointed deputy chief minister, while eight MPs, including Chagan Bhujbal and Dilip Walsh-Patil, a confidant of rival faction leader Sharad Pawar, were made ministers.
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